This paper present analysis of hybrid active power filter with synchronous reference frame control algorithm. The proposed topology consist of active power filter and passive power filter are connected in shunt with the mains feeding a nonlinear load. The shunt passive power filter is tuned to eliminate most dominate 5th order load current harmonic. The shunt active power filter is used compensate all other higher order load current harmonics. This approach help toreduce the overall rating of shunt active power filter, and maintain unity power factor at line side with low THD, which makes system more economical for industrial usage. Detail design steps for 5th order tuned filter is also discussed and results are presented. The proposed shunt active power filter is also tested for dynamic loading condition. Hardware results for the verification of proposed control algorithm is also presented and discussed.
- Hybrid Active Filter
- Passive Filter
- Total Harmonic Distortion
- Synchronous Reference Frame
- Unity Power Factor
Fig. 1: Main Power Circuit Diagram of HAPF
EXPECTED SIMULATION RESULTS:
Fig. 2: Simulation Result ofSPPF (a) Phase-A Output Load Current
without Compensation (b) Phase-A Source Current with Compensation
(c) Phase-A 5th Order Harmonic Current
(d) Phase-A Source Voltage and Source Current
Fig. 3: FFT Curve ofSPPF (a) FFT of Output Load Current without
Compensation (b) FFT o f Source Current with Compensation
Fig. 4: Simulation Result of SAPF Under Fixed Load (a) Phase-A Output
Load Current without Compensation (b) Phase-A Source Current after
Compensation (c) D C Bus Voltage Across Capacitor (d) Phase-A Actual
Compensating Current (e) Phase-A Source Voltage and Source Current
Fig. 5: Simulation Result ofSAPF under Dynamic Load (a) Phase-A
Output Load Current without Compensation (b) Phase-A Source Current
after Compensation (c) Phase-A Actual Compensating Current (d) DC
Bus Voltage Across Capacitor
Fig. 6: Hysteresis Controller Results (a) Reference and Actual
Compensating Currents of Phase-A (b) Line-Line Voltage of lnverter
Fig.7: FFT Curve of Source Current after Compensation by using SAPF
- under Fixed Load (b) under Dynamic Load
Fig. 8: Simulation Result ofHAPF(a) Phase-A Load Current without
Compensation,(b) Phase-A Source Current with Compensation,
(c) Phase-A Phase Voltage and Current, (d) DC Link Voltage oflnverter,
(e) Phase-A Actual Compensating Current
Fig. 9: Simulation Result ofHAPF (a) Three Phase Output Load
Current, (b) Three Phase Load Current, (c) Three Phase Source Current,
(d) FFT Curve of Source Current with Compensation
This paper analyze the performance and simulation of hybrid active power filter (HAPF). Through the simulation analysis, this paper verified the mitigation of harmonic, to achieve unity power factor with reduced rating of SAPF. Proposed control technique is able to give fast dynamic response during variable load condition, which demonstrate the robustness of controllers. The proposed topology is an effort to provide cost effective solution for harmonic elimination in various industrial application
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